Get Your Head in the Cloud: What Auditors Need to Know About Cloud Technologies
Jason Sechrist, CIA, CISA - Director of Compliance & Audit Solutions, AuditBoard
This presentation will take place on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00pm Eastern time (12:00 pm Central time). This is a FREE webinar for all AHIA members! Non-members - $49 or Join AHIA today to take advantage of this benefit!
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Cloud-based solutions are increasing in popularity as they are being embraced by organizations of all sizes. This session will help auditors get up to speed on cloud technology's key concepts, and will provide the basis for analyzing and assessing risks inherent to cloud-based solutions.
Following this discussion, participants will be able to:
1. Define Cloud deployment and service models.
2. Understand why risks are different in the cloud.
3. Explore audit activities to identify risks specific to cloud environments.
4. Examine Service Level Agreement (SLA) requirements that auditors should engage with cloud service providers during procurement/design phase.
Program Level: All
Field of Study: Computer Software and Applications
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
CPE Credits: 1 credit
Jason Sechrist is the Director of Audit Solutions at AuditBoard where he works with various internal audit and compliance teams to help automate the administrative tasks of audit, risk, and compliance activities. He previously was the Global Head of Internal Audit at Rackspace Managed Cloud Company, where his responsibilities included developing and executing on a risk-based audit plan for the company's global footprint of data centers and office locations across the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Jason started his auditing career with PwC in Silicon valley, working primarily with software and cloud service providers where he advised CTOs, CISOs, compliance managers, and system engineers. Prior to becoming an auditor, he led used testing and development for global aviation weather visualization software as a service while serving on active duty for the United States Air Force.
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Continuing Professional Education Credits:
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